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the post office when it runs a deficit like the last three years in a row they go to the u.s. treasury department. they post a letter of credit and treasury hands them money. what happens if the post office defaults. who is on the hook for that money? >> the taxpayer is on the hook for all of it. this is not -- this notion, they have endorsed privatizing it. and to provide universal service g-mail provides universal service for free. post office does it to the tune of billions of dollars that taxpayers stand behind. >> eric: great discussion. how is a college degree for only ten grand sound? a number of states are making that happen. is this the best idea to save money or will it end up costing taxpayers even more money. this woman, caught on camera, shocking new video, entitlement fraud, wee do we need to cut all entitlement programs? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hi, i'm phil mickelson. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is li
u.s.ed on the right thing -- focused on the right thing. the. john: the teachers have to perform, the principal is fire at will. >> yes, we have that contract at school. school. >> i call it freeing up a person's future. john: the charter law allows parents to fire a school, they can send their kid to another, sharon needs to work hard because, she worries about losing her charter. >> yes, every day. >> good afternooning class. >> that competition drives schools to dry different things. like this morning ritual at see academy. this seems a little cult-like, some kids did not take it seriously but something works. >> it is amazing, a major difference, he has become more responsible since he has come here, thinking. >> i didn't like the school, at first, as i went to school, i started toment to go to college more because i saw how important it was. >> reggie's mother is getting ready to start college, reggie study ored her hear a test. >> this is how it should have been before katrina. john: this charter has grown from one employee into another school that so popular it holds a lot
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